Updated on February 15th, 2021
A North Dakota general bill of sale is a generic sales receipt used in private transactions to record a transfer of ownership between buyer and seller. The bill of sale should identify the property that was purchased and the exact price that the parties agreed to. Other critical aspects of a bill of sale include the transaction date, location of sale, and the parties’ names, addresses, and contact information. The form also includes a disclaimer indicating that the property is being sold in its current condition, and the seller is not responsible for defects found after the sale.